Apparently there was a sequence in the original script that explained that she took up Jedi training after Return of the Jedi but abandoned it once she had Kylo Ren. I don't know if they shot footage for it (the original cut is apparently 30-40 minutes longer!) but it seemed like a pretty essential thing to leave out given that the whole Leia in space bit was less a surprising twist and more of a headscratcher.is that the first time she's ever been shown actively using the auld force?
My gut feeling is that the next film will be set a few years from now, giving time for Kylo Ren to cement his position as leader of the First Order and for Rei to fully become a Jedi (or whatever). Plus the Resistance now has to go from a dozen people to thousands (and the kid with the Force who helped Rose and Finn probably indicates a whole new order of Jedi is on the horizon).PRINCESS LEIA DOESN'T DIE!
I thought that too (and rolled my eyes at it) but the internet says no.cmere was that james corden getting blown up in an xwing at the start or is that just wishful thinking?
Well putThe crowd at it last night (screen at the Lighthouse about 1/3 full) laughed maybe once or twice at the "jokes". The humour really fell flat. It felt like a Marvel movie in that regard, quips and one-liners aimed at American teenagers rather than stuff that fits the movie..
I thought it was, and it really put me in bad form for the next 10 minutes.cmere was that james corden getting blown up in an xwing at the start or is that just wishful thinking?
James Cordon getting blown up would make me very chipperI found it difficult to be able to watch it without thinking "what am I going to tell people I think of this film".
I thought it was, and it really put me in bad form for the next 10 minutes.
Overall, thought it was weak.
i'm looking forward to seeing it again. going to hit up the new recliner seat cinema in blanch over THE CHRISTMAS with the kids
Fuck that. I saw - but didn’t have time to visit - a VIP cinema in Singapore with couches for seats. COUCHES!
This is your typical VIP cinema in Mexico.
Most malls have a few of these screens as well as the normal type.
Price for one of these is about a fiver a seat.
And they take you popcorn order and bring it to your seat.
You have to put up with the constant talking - there is absolutely no cinema etiquette in Mexico - and constant light pollution - and for the first few minutes guys with trays of popcorn crossing in front of you.
it's not just you.Is it just me or is cinema etiquette getting worse and worse? Maybe it’s me getting older and grumpier. I can’t stand going to the cinema these day for cunts talking. Even the indie cinemas where you’d expect patrons to be a little bit more respectful, you get the same shit.
The older I get the more I want to maim the fuckersParents with kids getting bored and checking their phone is the new norm I have seen.
Conversely, the older I get the less it bothers me. Same as talkers at gigs. Don't really care anymore when previously I would be getting very upset.
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